Development and Regenerative Capacity of Descending Supraspinal Pathways in Tetrapods

Development and Regenerative Capacity of Descending Supraspinal Pathways in Tetrapods

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In this treatise, current knowledge on the neurogenesis, axonal outgrowth, synaptogenesis, and regenerative capacity of descending supraspinal pathways in tetrapods is discussed. Although emphasis is on the clawed toad, Xenopus laevis, chicken embryos, opossum and rodent data, also the data available for primates including man are presented. It will be shown that 1) the outgrowth of descending supraspinal pathways is the result of a coordinated program; 2) the pattern of early descending axonal tracts is similar in all vertebrate groups; 3) the formation of descending supraspinal pathways occurs according to a developmental sequence; 4) the earliest descending supraspinal fibers arrive in a rather immature spinal cord, and 5) the regenerative capacity of descending supraspinal pathways depends on the developmental stage the particular pathways arise.J Neurosci 2:654a€”662 Forehand C], Farel PB (1982b) Spinal cord development in anuran larvae. 1. ... J Comp Neurol 381:282a€”306 Galea MP, Darian-Smith I ( I997b) Manual dexterity and corticospinal connectivity following unilateral ... A study using myelin basic protein and galactocerebroside immunohistochemistry.


Title:Development and Regenerative Capacity of Descending Supraspinal Pathways in Tetrapods
Author: H.J. ten Donkelaar
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2000
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